Environmental guides

“What can I do” – is a wonderful question we often get asked.

There are many environmental guides these days that can help us to decide what to do – we got over 160 million hits when we did a search for environmental guides on Google!

It is all a bit bewildering but you could start by downloading the City of Cape Town’s FREE Smart Living Guide.

There is also the Pick n Pay Foundation’s rather fun “One million acts of Green

Pick n Pay

Our advice

At Gondwana Alive we think there are as many solutions in the world as there are people. So explore what interests you and take what action you feel is most appropriate in your life. What is important is to take action.

It really is amazing what happens when you just get started.

Check out what one amazing Senior Citizens club managed to achieve by taking initiative.

What do we do?

• We produce publications to spread awareness and call for co-custodianship of our Planet.
Build capacity to heal our Planet
• Promote health & well-being through outdoor trails and events
• Support like-minded community projects

If you’d like to:

• Do a course to help you understand nature
• Get help developing a project idea
• Get support for your project
• Become a mentor and share what you have learned

Please contact us.

Or pop by and visit – we are located in South Africa on Cape Town’s scenic south peninsula at the Village Hub, Corner Watsonia & Main, Scarborough.

Share what you are learning

It is really wonderful to have so many environmental guides to help us, but we think it would be really useful to share what we are learning as we take action – what works, what doesn’t, why?

So please share your lessons with us and we will in turn share your message with others, so we can learn from each other and work together to help heal our Planet.

You can share your message by commenting on this blog or on our facebook page or send us an email (shereean@gondwanaalive.org)

For in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s futures. And we are all mortal. John F. Kennedy (www.brainyquote.com)